New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week - Edition 134
8 days ago - By Mark's Daily Apple
Research of the Week
OLED is a little better than LED for circadian rhythms , but not by much.
Obesity drove the pandemic .
Some gut bacteria metabolize cholesterol .
Plant “milk” leads to iodine deficiency. Cow milk leads to sufficiency.
Men are more likely to make extreme decisions and changes than women.
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The headlines of Master Doctor
Digital COVID Vaccination Portal Launched in California
In California, a new digital platform through which the state's residents can access their COVID-19 vaccination records has been launched.
COVID-19 Cases Detected in US Earlier Than Previously Reported
In the United States, COVID-19 cases were detected earlier than previously reported, revealed a new study by the US National Institutes of Health .
How Do The Visual Stimuli Make The Brain Picky?
Neurons in the visual thalamus tend to be picky as they respond to information from only one eye, despite their contact with both eyes.
Does The Pathological Role Of Tau-Protein Differ In Non- Alzheimer's Dementia?
Reduction in tau protein may not protect against Parkinson's and Lewy body dementias.
Planned Parenthood sex-ed flyer telling 11-year-olds they could have sex, as...
A flyer telling 11-year-olds that they can have sex, as long as the person isn't older than 13, was distributed earlier this week to students at Stewart Middle School in...
Ron DeSantis will send special weapon to TX and AZ to help fight Biden's...
GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida announced Wednesday his state would be the first to respond to requests by the governors of Texas and Arizona for help in addressing the...
One in Six Families Spend More Than 5,000 to Have a Baby: Study
Out-of-pocket spending for maternal and newborn hospitalizations among privately insured families can exceed 10,000 if babies require neonatal intensive care.
Avoid boring survival food: 18 Best herbs and spices to stock up on
When SHTF, it's important to have enough food and water to last a couple of weeks, if not several months. But it's also important to have some herbs and spices in your...
Most Americans returning to pre-pandemic life with 85% going at stores and...
Many Americans are allowing themselves to relax COVID-19 restrictions as the pandemic nears its end and life returns to normal. Many say life's return to normal is hasty, though.
Amid Cigna controversy, AMA adopts policy on financial incentives for...
The AMA has adopted a new policy that discourages health insurance companies from offering financial incentives to patients for switching medications, according to the...